Thieves have stolen $250,000 worth of checks from metro post office
DUNWOODY, Ga. — Thieves have swiped more than $250,000 in checks that police say were dropped in postal mailboxes or inside a metro post office.
Channel 2′s Tom Regan learned the issue has been going on for about two to three months at the post office in Dunwoody.
Police said most of the checks were snatched from envelopes dropped into mailboxes at the post office, but also say some were stolen from inside.
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